Big data specialist Guavus has hired former Google exec Anupam Rastogi to chief technology officer, and has appointed Sergey Sukov to the post of VP, engineering and delivery.
Rastogi was Google’s former head of reporting platform & solutions for corporate engineering. He is also late of NetApp, Cisco Systems and Oracle.
Sukov joined Guavus in 2013, and most recently served as VP, head of connected experience business unit.
“Anupam and Sergey are important additions to the Guavus executive team as the company gears up for the next phase of growth into new markets, new products and new geographies,” said Anukool Lakhina, founder and CEO of Guavus, in a statement. “Their strong track record of developing rock-solid products based on big data analytics, coupled with their backgrounds in building scalable, dynamic enterprise architectures, keeps us at the forefront of innovation and prepares us to meet future customer requirements for real-time analytics applications that deliver business value.”
Liberty Global, one of Guavus’s customers, recently made a strategic investment in the Big Data vendor but did not announce the amount. Mike LaJoie, the former executive vice president and chief technology officer of Time Warner Cable, was appointed chairman of Guavus in January.
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